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Filage continu de fibres de nanotubes de carbone : de la solidification aux propriétés finales

Abstract : This thesis deals with the study the wet-spinning process for the production of carbon nanotube composite fibers and their properties. We have characterized the mechanical properties of the fibers during their solidification as they circulate along the pipe of the spinning line. The study of the influence of various chemical parameters allowed us to develop a new process for the continuous and scalable production of these fibers, which exhibit unique mechanical and electrical properties. Moreover, they show an original effect of temperature memory. The origin of this phenomenon is investigated in this work. These fibers could be used for various applications such as high energy absorption materials or functional conductive textile.
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C. Mercader. Filage continu de fibres de nanotubes de carbone : de la solidification aux propriétés finales. Matériaux. Université Sciences et Technologies - Bordeaux I, 2010. Français. ⟨tel-00583812⟩

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